You can’t go wrong with asphalt shingle roofing for your home, but why not take things to the next level? In this post, Diamond Roofing Specialist Inc. discusses why GAF Timberline® Ultra HD shingles could be the perfect pick for your roofing system, as they provide a few advantages over other common choices.
In many cases, your roof can’t hide when something’s wrong with it. Blown-off shingles will litter the yard, broken frames will cause drooping and leaks will create puddles on the floor. These problems are hard to miss, and, by definition, easier to address.
GAF Glenwood® Shingles are a striking departure from other asphalt-shingle alternatives. A part of the brand’s impressive Ultra-Premium Designer Collection, they’re undeniably stunning, incredibly tough and surprisingly economical.
Cool roofs are light-colored roofs that reflect sunlight. It works the same way as wearing a light-colored shirt under the sun: it reflects heat from sunlight, and reduces heat that’s absorbed. While cool roofing is often associated with commercial properties, there are residential options that let you enjoy cool roofing benefits without resorting to a flat roof.
Diamond Roofing Specialist Inc. is proud to be counted among the top 3% of roofers across the country, thanks to our certification as a GAF Master Elite® contractor. This designation is more than just about the prestige; it lets us offer the best residential roofing systems and warranty coverage to Connecticut homeowners. Let’s take a look at what it takes to earn this distinction:
In today’s social media-savvy world, finding the right roofers for your project is tough. Many amateurs and DIY enthusiasts promise “high-quality service” but they ultimately fail to deliver. Because of that, it gets tougher and tougher to take promises from both professionals and amateurs seriously. To get a better idea of which contractor to trust, try asking them these questions.
A roofing estimate or job proposal is an important document, as it becomes a binding contract between the roofing company and yourself once you sign it. Taking the time to review the contract, asking questions and making corrections before you sign it can ensure that you get your new roof exactly as you want it, as well as save you from unwanted surprises. Here are the things that your roofing contract should have: